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Re: Dselect / dpkg interaction.

Bruce Perens writes ("Re: Dselect / dpkg interaction. "):
> In the case of the startup script running dselect, there is no interactive
> shell to take over when "dselect" gets a stop signal. Thus, you'd simply
> have to fork a shell at a lower level.

That's right.  When the DPKG_NO_TSTP variable is set to `yes' dpkg
does exactly this.


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